Seven years after their last meeting, Barcelona b And Real Madrid Castilla will meet today in First RFEF. It’s the first ever equivalent reserve team classic Since the introduction of the new league structure and venue is Alfredo Di Stefano StadiumIt will start on Saturday at 9:00 PM CEST.
Barcelona B has won three of its last four matches, most recently 2-1 Andorra In the Johan Cruyff Stadium. They are now eighth in the league with 11 points, with Madrid’s reserve dropping by 15 pointsNS With only 7 points, although all of those points have been won at home, where they are not defeated yet.
But as in the cliché, in the classico, the book of the form is thrown out the window!
“I didn’t treat this match differently,” says the Barcelona coach B Serge Bergoan. “I told the players that these are three points like any other, although it is always special to play Real Madrid Castilla, especially where he scored eight goals in three matches. A win would have a double effect. A win away to Real Madrid Castilla would be like A big confidence boost and it will also bring us closer to the top spots in the table.”
captain coma Arnau He insists, “The team shouldn’t get too excited. This is a special game for everyone but in the end it’s a game like any other and we really need to work at our guest level.”
One of the interesting things about this game is that Barcelona team Antonio Aranda He will face his brother, Oscar Aranda, which is on the books at Real Madrid.
Arnau Tenas And Small Both will miss the match due to injury, while goalkeeper Inaki Peña, who usually works with the first team, is available for this match.
The team is as follows: Carevic, Guillem Jaime, Comas, Mika Mármol, Álvaro Sanz, Rodado, Lucas de Vega, Nils Mortimer, Matheus, Iñaki Peña, Ndiaye, Jandro, Aranda, EZ Abde, Ramos Mingo, Escobar, Jutglà And Arnau Sola.
Igor Gomez, Case Ruiz, Zakaria Gilan and Beck Bolo will miss the match.
Familiar enemies are in charge
The game combines two club legends into rival coaches Raul Gonzalez and Sergey Barguan, who have faced each other fourteen times in the big El Clásico as players. Barcelona coach B had the upper hand with seven wins, five draws and two defeats.
Barcelona and Real Madrid reserves met for the first time on January 8, 1975, with Barcelona winning 2–0 in the Copa del Rey (the reserve teams played at the time).
Barcelona wins: 13
Real Madrid’s victories: 17
Last matches (2013/2014)
Barcelona 2-0 Real Madrid Castilla
Real Madrid Castilla 3-1 Barcelona B
Perhaps the most famous meeting between the two teams was in the 1997/98 Division 2A promotion playoffs. Barcelona B won 5-0 in the old match Ministadium, including the goal of a young man named Carles Puyol. Other future stars are included in this lineup Xavi, Jabri And Luis Garcia. Barcelona also won the return in Santiago Bernabeu, 2-0, to achieve a 7-0 total win to grab promotion to the second division.